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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE l-ETHpniDGF. DAILY HEIULO FRIDAY. MNIUHY s f ttbe t Slberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publfahtn VTHE L5.THBRLDGE HtRALO PRINT- ING-'COMPANY; LIMITED 623 61h Street South, Lethbrldgo x W. A. President and Slaciping Director Business TELEPHONES 1252 1224 Member Audit Bureau of Circulations. Subscription Rates: Dally, delivered, per wfrek.......15 Daily, delivered, Dally, by mall, per Weekly, toy mall per year......5150 Weekly, by mail per year to U.S..52.00 Dates of expiry o! subscriptions ap- jear daily en address label- Accept- ance of papers alter jxpitation date is our authority to continua the sub- scription. STILL KNOCKING IRRIGATION PLANS The Calgary Alberian coctioues to knock the proposed irrigation schemes In the souih. in issue St The ot one hundred thou-sanii of land In the southern part of the province Trill fee ail right miHions of acres of land now held by certain absentee speculators Js brought under cultivation. AS'e "would inrite the Calgary 'Alger- ian to send an agricultural expert- through the1 Lethbrifige trngmtion belt theu through eny dry land lying alongside it where absentee specula- tors hold land. Then the Albertan he able (o judge. At present It _ talking through its -hat. POOR ARRANGEMENTS FOR RE- PORTING RETURNING SOLDIERS Present arrausements for learning the number soldiers .'any particulzr traia-and for learaing- their names are so it is little -wonder those who haVa been to welcome the "boys on their return are getting disgusted. On jVpdnosday, night it iras repcrt-; ed thai '34 would arriTe oh the fonr; v o'clock train from Medicine Hat.-.-'iXr nnmucr oE ladies met the train, and only tvo of the number got oH. Then on Thursday morning it was reported tiat over 30 soldiers for Lettfarridge the afternoon Ironi Hat, and one arrived, that Lelhbridge cannot be notified re- gard-ing'retunied men In such that'the information. wbetTdUiemin aied'Jwitr'be correct. As it is at pres arrangements only resnlt in dissatisfa'ction the in eh Tetxim- ing, expecting some kind of welcome irom citizens of Lethbridge, and also among the relatives ol the diers citizens generally Vho tvoald be only too pleased to do the it someone would only set the time. Probably conSltlons will be better when, the Medicine Hat disper- sal area is in operation. !f It isn't Ottawa is likely to hear a stinging re- buke from Lcthbridge. SELECISAH HEAflfiREOEPL ting !u an irrigation system vroulii not be cul of the way. KspecHlly would this be so vtien oae takos into cousid- e-ery year. But if this argument is not strong enoujh, probably a comparison with Ihe con acre of securing Irriga waters in otier parts of the In a letter written br a Mariner ;ii the Washington, to j ;he Spoiesmic-Keview, he says, with Our own Ccm-twnAfim toreuw to a proposed irrigation I BOW ISLAND, M.-A well at- v Mended business ol the Ore. neme mere. anj water comtuUteo ot tho town About four years 350 tho tandown- council was held ihe hall on 'ormed. an irrigation distrirt and Monday evening for ite Durpaso ol j _ _ tvo T pars'ago the dtsirEci woj to (discussing methods tar Increased and n'osrivu' ;e llS.OM.OOO In bonds'to yjt wi-j improved fro protection and also on the land. U will te between JiO and each of land. It dan't look very if at irbac the Yatlnia valley pro- duced last year. This farmer dwin't consider an acre too luuc-h (or irriipition. He V. Worts atid Mr. M. MUroy spoke vu Act. wore to tUo annual ilif, ot dent K. j. Houdorson aud Vicepresl- D. Jauics. Miss Slater arrived, from Vaiicouvar The ,coun.cU will'iueet in the..'coun- suigestuns were present- for Au early l could sec from returns in irrigated tton'Vf districts near him that would be 'tious is anticipated Mr. Alfred Millar r-'larned on Wed- cpsday from v'algary. k Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Jimicson arriv- ed here on Wednesday from Tacoiaa, Hev, and Mrs. Gilbert were guests in Medicine Hat en Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Henderson are In Edmonton. Mrs. Delia Tliompson leaves Satur- day for ViYioria, where sue will ro- main for the next few weeks. ahead of the game by spending That amount of money to put himself in a ot being able to raise a crop every year. I( Southern Alberta is goicg to coiue its own it will be through irri- gatEon. aad it irrigation is to be se- cured it will ba niaiply tHrougk the tuade by the farmers thenv selves. The farmers-who wUl tje beue- fitted must bestir and I Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bell .ind son re- several weeks in Vancouver, B.C. vtco ft rendercil. Ownership of Banks Xext. he took up the of own- ership of the bank 3te represented, U was the in tHnaila and vss owncti by the UP IN :FOKTJHB j JM will Ten! i Japanese r printed Vst rovrring HI pages. He believed Its as great a democracy as itn- I'nilcJ Farmers of AlSicrta. lie himself handled the aJnriuUlra- lion ot credits in weslor.l Omada, aud was not interfered in any man- nnr that could of interest to the farmers. His cue concern was to (but the got service'. He turned home on Sunday after spend ID ,ilal thc farmeri sel. will returp borne. A -tadvfmtttt Is ou foot In (u free port-- Joseph C. Brill, urtiier senteiitje al Victoria, attempted to take hts own lite by banging himself iu Ills coll. Dlacfc Hand letters have beeu re- rultcd by ;wo Wellnud oUizoue, one a prominent Seibtan merchant. Six children were brought from Co- bourg to Toronto for Pasteur treat- ment, arid tlogs In (hat town are or- dered restrained. Oloriey Smith, oMhe Toronto Tech- nical school, dropped deatl -while re- pairing u boiler, duo to an electric shock. Alice aiiefl 17, was {alally injured by falling several stories when trying 1Q oscapo from a Toronto re luge homo. Fire Chief Brady, of Cobalt, form- erly iiro cnle! of KtockvlUe, liaa mov- ed to N'orth Bav, he acl the oest end of the stick on Both Mrs. SUcnell and Mrs. Mltch-j credits (or a o( ars> ell. Jr. are in Mamtota, -where tbcy ln tho soutliera parta o( the have been ca led on account of Mrs. whcro extensions had had ol an infant son, born Tuesday morn- ing. Altar Society ot St. Michael's church was entertained at the r.css. ami those extensions had been made in the fcpst at spirit. Mr. Leetly, lie ciecterecl, had com- pared Kftcsas >viih Alberta in the op- dence ot Mrs. J. Halplo. Broadway, on i Thursday afternoon. jlii( Pte. Gordon Evans has arrived borne i ?a of t it ivo The Calgary papers have touad omeihigg t'jie Calgary is 'the centre of. This time it is the motion picture industry. We expect to hear that IJQS Angeles-has vanished off the face any day now. The Mia hYa polls Jon real has n't nrccfc good .to say about .the Menno- nltics. Under the caption, "Dakota Mennoniies it says; Any country Is welcome to them. So-called meni who will let others shed blood to mate this a land of freedom and safe from those who claim that "Might is have no place In South'Dakota. The selfish, cowardly leadership; oE, a people that advocates loyalty tei church above and ered Percheron horse fconi Richard i iu livestock. 'The Ontario farmer was o.i national ob- GB.TJH ol Grassy Like this more prone To make deposits than Ilccelpts of ranauUn PatrioiiC fiidudiug imprest -icnount (D about reached total of itc jsis. M'iiKe, a partner in the llrm anil White. Vancou- ver, lias succumbed to a severe attack of brouchUls. banks. Mr, :M be better to com ifitlt Ontario, and Al- from CaJeary. j beria with newer states like North Miss R Gilbert was the week-end j Dakota or Monlana. For the last guest of Mrs. J. A company known as the Canadian berian Exploration anrt went Co., Ltd., has received Us char- evening. j larmera to do aH Uie Lorrowins they Mr. Fortes purcbase'l a regisl-] could handlu'ta adrantage, tions in times p! yeril has no place thr'hre ia the faere' accumulation jof money and land, -who their colony co'nfines nojnlerest in' the pros- f othare... vho'wpuld not de- honor of their'own Voniaii- hcod.lfgm lorelgn'rii, are not want- K )ers by local talent much appreciated. .The ncit community night will he Jan. 31EL An agricultural lecture rom an official ct the provincial de- partment will be delivered. Moving pictures and otter items will be pre- sented. This will he all to all and we want the place crowded out Mr. J. McTX Davidson has relumed from Illinois. Liflle Mary Jane Dav- idson Is now down wkh the 'llu. Sergeant Jim Mitchell writes froni near Bonn in Germany. He reports the test ot treatment (ram the Ger- man population. They are inclined to fawn npon the British troops. Jim says thai there is abundance of food In evidence and the people seetu well clothed and comfortable. Miss Hunt entertained the local young ladles last Friday" afternoon.' The event -was a shower for .Mrs. Ro- ger Lund. A pleasant time was spent over the teacups and cards and a UGhrber of beautiful presents were bfooghtV- f Now-let all people of the Chin dis- trict remember neit Wednesday ev- ening, Jan. 29th. There will be ajde- Consolidated Schools, Baldwin s, etc. -All ttio sfe'fVA-'cpnventlori ,'in Mr. S. K. Dunliam aa foaldale rejircEcntatiTcs. -The spare clasa room has now been c-lillpped In tha echooli anil Mlas Thora Johnson ina'lalled 33 teacher. It the populajlon ;keeps :1ftcrcasing we win hate to enlarge thc school next year. Dosolmrirth, Iji6 ralnlater at IhS Community churcb, .la calling' a confe'rence on coromuniiy leadership for next Monday ercntng. Jan. p.m.; It you care .what kind of K communiiv- you live in coroe and Hlfe us your with Interest is welcome, Bon't he shy ftul corhe along. f j Mr. T. II. Uimtiam bit a ralnablt horae last llirongli It heiriK uenlsily drowned In AflREST BRUTAL OTF1CER i PARIS, Ciin! KcyJftlil'-.Mafrnolid Pasha, 1 Is respond tlblc for sr.d Armenians, has bitr) arr'calsd, ac-' cording to a report reaching here -VcOregi pill da; Mrs. Cul mage. Acknowledgement1 cards 'were _.-p the last IS ye_. .the' hnd money i Harry a. returned sol dler'at prince' riunert, lay sleeping (n ceived, from the following local hoys crops Jiid heen overseas tor haters: lower Pte. G. Dalmage, Kcgiaeer C- Jones; Eimply, living Word has been that Ptc. -D. and trying to learn a new" business. Irleg. whtf was adopted by this Another great dtflicuUy, he con- branch a prjEoner of war, has tieen Mr. and Mrs. Kurd eipeet their son. Charles: of Alexander, North Da- kota, to arrive Iu town on Saturday. Misa Rosie' Hurtbut has 'returned tiorae atter a pleasant holiday spent with relatives, in AV'oman's Auxitiary Saints' chnfch :Waa' dQUghtluUy'enUr- tained at the home Mra. Cleo, Ridgedalu on Thursday afternoon. A very profitable time was spent at quilting. Mrs. Robert Falrbatm, whd lias heen spending the past couple of months in Vancouver, "has returned home. C-Iiaa York, who has been attending school in Spofcane, relumed home on Monday. It with Ihe deepest regret tinned, was the .opening, ot new offi- ces, of which inhere .were 100 In the west ?lnce the armistice signed- One hundred experienced managers could not be secured with any amount of dispatchr-he declared, for It took as iong to make a good bank manager as it-took to malce a good farmer. Competlli6n between thc bank? lo occupy ntw western districts was very keen, and they were racing each Other, all for future business. Ko part of North America had ever bad such banking facilities as western Canada, he said- The preat question was whether local banks pay In competition with chartered 'banks. In 1898 there were In Canada 160 private banks serving thc same functions as state banka in the United States; today there were than 16. Quite a nunv port the illness of one ot our highly-1 her hart sold out to the chartered esteemed Claude Jamie- hanks because they could not make son, Mr.. Jamicson assisted in Hood' ing the rink last Thursday, when'-he got hia feet wet. Friday he dirt not feel well- and by Sunday pneumonia ?iad, set (n. Ilia condition wag espe- cially regrettable 33 his family were away, but ,thc splendid nursing given meet. "Some Irad gone into liquidation. In answering the alleged disadvan- tages of tho Canadian banking sys- tem which Mr. Lccdy had offered, Mr, Drown declared that Canada operat-j ed under the Scotch ayslera, which t Lieut. Jack Humphrey, son of Mr and Mrs. M. A. C. Humphrey of Dres den, was killed in an accident in Eng had. Ho was in the "Hying Corps an instructor. German main headquarlers'liasbeen transferred lo Hoi berg1, Pom crania and Field Marshal Von 'Hindonburs will take- charge of operations to pro- tect the German eastern frontier. The order ot thc British Empire bai been conferred. In the Now Year'L honor list, on Capt YV, H. Lettice, o Victoria. He went overseas with th nth Battalion from Vancouver thre years ago. Three young bandits, possessed nl masks, and revolvers, and believed to have been responsible for the recent epidemic of hold-ups, were arrtsted PLAYER ROLLS Hits of the Hour Sons and Dance Music his MusSe now reproduced on was and Hand riiyed Rolls at our Mualc Roll Department and have these favorites played for 4 I'm All Alone Tonight When I Drcim In the Twilight ef You (Jttkxm) DUi. For All Eternity (Arndt) (MiKheronl) I'm For You (Arndt) .K) JoUlyn JUO Oh Promite Me (Arndt) Th. Mljlc cf Your Eyn Sunthine ol Your Smile (Amdt) (Ray) .to FloWer Blowi (Arndt) ttaj' ..MASblS' RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL iLOCK FIFTH ST. ft. LETHBRIOQE by the olty detectives at Vancouver. Mr. II. ol Victoria, iias appointed tho new ureai- dent of thc British Columbia Teach- ers' Federation. Following a protracted Illness, death occurred in Ottawa ol Lieut. ea Dunlop Cochrane, 2S, youngest sou oi Jlon. Frank and Mrs. -ochrana. Tne illness was the re- sult of "an Injury received last year ivhlle on military service Id England. At Broclorille Ico In the St. Lawr- ence river is agatn broken In 1906 Lhc SL Lawrence at.Ibis point did not Treezc over ontil 6. In 1913 a steamer made her last Irlp Febru- ary S. and resumed trips on Mircb 20. M. Bulsson, French commissioner for merchant marine, discussing the reconstruction ol French'ihipplng, de- clared that France had lost during the war almost two-fifths ol fleet which was already greatly in- adequate for the requirements of the French trade, The commissioner that France should obtain as rapidly as possible compeiiiatlon for French tonnage destroyed by'submar- ines and (he prcinpt .carrying 'out of the. convention Great Britain with regard ,tb shipping wlilcli should France's tonnage by.oOO.QQQ tons In years. NERVES ALL ON TENSION? A mother in the home, or a man or woman at busi- ,ness, with nerves undone and the system generally feeling the strain; should find in Powerful sedatives or strong medicipes arg habit- nourishment abundant in tonic properties. Scott't brings strength to the body, through nourish- ment that is felt in every part. If inclined to be hereout, the logical answer Emakton. Scott Swrae. Toronto. Oat. him could not have heen improved, was IniTrorted in Its entirely and bad; Friends and neighbors were only loo lieen vastly Improved in the last 3d I I vHi. pleased lo aid in every possible way! years. Another objection waa that 1 Lyjjia in restoring his health. Ilia condi. it was difficult fifl a hanh manager tfon Is still give hia cro-iita sympathetically be-: WOMAN SO ILL COULD NOT MK hopes are entertained for an early: cause the aprlic-alion had lo he' marked- improvement. His parents f erred (o (he reulral. office, when} CompOUDO Rettored Her were for and are him. ivith i 'n dsrr hi? braiicS jilanagers work- X.Ene'cen managers' MK: K. M.-tiolcVoil x'li'Mr jn MeJIcirie'-IluY on ;j .famicsou, o! Sletflcr, i rived h.tre-.Gii, his dealings. A Local Boa.rd He tooli ui> of a local board to adjust complafnta hetwpon Ihn manager and his tllenta, and -aid .that matter. opinion, wjlh the re- 'would, he of and VfouWAe post- would their atfalra linown I wining. Uutios .llic tvi'iiins.JIr. trouble, WM ner- voii, and arjr.ininrnyside moist of the time. I had spells often so feint I could notwalkacrcia the rioor. The doc- tor sold Iwmld have tohave an op me how well I took, I tell them to use K. Compound is makes me feel well itta look if ill, t, recornmerided It W my and I'M using it now. You can me tfili if yon wiih, for it ii ctrUlnly ftani. remedy for a Illi." MARTHA STANISIAWSKI, Perth Amboy, N.J. f For forty years Lyofa E. Pinfe VfftvMe Com pou nr! Ing such conditlor.i an menu, ularitiei, pt zjncss, and Mostration of women, and is now considered ftUn. such AUCTION HOUSEHOLD FpRNITURI, FARM IjWLEMtNTS, LIVE STQCK, HAY, GRAIN AND POTATOES. I HAVE BEEN FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS TO. SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION FOR MR. WM. KINMAN At E. Sec. 18-8-20 (the Norman Brohman Farm) SEVEN SOUTHEAST OF LETHBRIDBE, TWO MILES NORTH AND ONE MILE WEST OF WILSON SIDING. On Honday, Jan. 27th, 1910 AT 12.00 O'CLOCK SHARP I raaro. t years olJ, 1100 aupnoncil In be In foal; 1 wn mare, 7 yearn old, 1400 NJB., supposed ID be hi Toal; 1 BrB7. rs old. HOO Ihs.; 1 leain liay geldingi, 6 years am bay geldings, a yoara old, 2700 Via.; i cilra (oo4 I brown 5 years 1 team weaner filly colls. 1 black cow, ycarR old. due lo calre In Ivro 1 cov, o years old, due to calve la one mooth; 1 black cow, 5 old, due lo ualvo In early-spring; L3 year lo early 1 rtgletored ShoTlbom Durham bull, 3 years old, 1 H-inch gant plow; 1 12-tool cultlvalor, new; 1 II- run double dine Vtn Urunl prcan drill, 1 8-foot Deerlng Wndcr; 1 urfoot 1 3fi-fool BOTH harroTV, new; xeara, zyi Inch; 1 grain, lank. 160 Blze; 1 Mourlaln'dorrtbcraU I buggy; ,l--14-barrel aleel water lank, compltte with pumtf aH'd 20 feet ot hose; 3 nc'.s of henry work barneia; 1 jct'democrat harhctt; 1 act Alnglo harnesa; 2 Iocs ]oott> Alfalfa bay; 1 Ion nvbeul bundles; InO buflbol? of oata; 2 earn of upland hay, bated; 1 Ion polalbea; l.liay rack; I anvil; 1 5-Inch vlie; 1 forjo. complolp; S-hUckunllh arid numerous lools; 2 sel's, 6 hwi'e 1 Wajon brake anil 3 wheels; 1 buggy pole; .Irrlple- IS chlcltchsj Ifuraert oak diriluj In'cludltij coll uprluja. wash sVands'ind drenerB; I lied ami mattress! 1 Wii Jprdig; i Vfclor phonotfapli anrl records; 1 cenlre (able; 3 tirosaels nijB; t Jap 2 tnt i This furniture been In 3 mpnltn sluffj lurge' iriuare klfchen r Bfdrm i 'and la high wlnrfows; 2 stdrrrt 2 screen doom. TERMS CASH LUNCH AT 11.10 PHONE 1692 WM. Oyntf T, DAV1M, Clirk ;